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This Past Summer

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Norm Schilling stands with his apricot tree.

The calendar has told us for weeks, but now it feels like fall Southern Nevada. Before you head to the nursery, Norm Schilling reflects on temperature trends that can guide you.

UNLV professor, Matthew Lachniet tracks statewide temperature trends:

https://lachnietblog.wordpress.com/tag/nevada/

 

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Dwarf Peach: Norm Schilling recommends dwarf varieties that produce fruit but with proper care can thrive as temperature averages trend upwards.
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Dwarf Peach: Norm Schilling recommends dwarf varieties that produce fruit but with proper care can thrive as temperature averages trend upwards.

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An older apricot tree, one type of fruit tree that will not thrive as temperatures trend upward
Photo by Florence Rogers/Nevada Public Radio

An older apricot tree, one type of fruit tree that will not thrive as temperatures trend upward

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